Secretary Holli Sullivan Files to seek Republican Party’s Nomination for Secretary of State

Secretary Sullivan became Indiana’s 62nd secretary when she was appointed by Governor Holcomb after the resignation of Connie Lawson.

Secretary of State Holli Sullivan files with Indiana Republican Party Secretary Mary Martin to apply for the party’s nomination as Secretary of State. Photo provided.

INDIANAPOLIS – Secretary of State Holli Sullivan moved today to nominate the Republican Party as Secretary of State to further protect the integrity of the Indiana elections.

“As foreign secretary, I know how much is at stake,” said Sullivan. “I’m running because safe elections are not a goal. It is a tireless endeavor to ensure that all eligible voters can cast their votes and that all legal votes are counted in a timely manner and free from fraud, corruption and interference. “

Secretary Sullivan became Indiana’s 62nd birthdaynd Secretary of State when appointed by Governor Eric Holcomb following the resignation of Secretary of State Connie Lawson.

During her tenure, Sullivan worked with local officials to increase election protection with improved equipment. As cybersecurity threats continue to grow, she is working with lawmakers to make postal voting safer.

Prior to becoming Secretary of State, Holli Sullivan served in the Indiana House of Representatives for eight years, where she worked with the Secretary of State to pass laws to protect Indiana elections, including drafting the bill that timely funding key local cybersecurity improvements provides. for the 2020 elections.

“Here in Indiana, we have secure voting with our strict voter ID laws and our transparent process for keeping up-to-date and accurate electoral rolls,” said Sullivan. “Democrats and their allies are trying to federalize our elections. We can never let that happen. Hoosier elections should always be led by Hoosiers. “

As Secretary of State, Holli Sullivan also works to reduce bureaucracy for corporations and is fighting to protect the Hoosiers’ hard-earned money through the other departments of the office. She oversees new business formation, securities regulation, notary public engagement, trademark registration, and vehicle dealer licensing across Indiana.

Secretary Sullivan and her 25-year-old husband, Chad, live and raise their three children – Dalton, Savannah, and Sawyer – in Evansville.

The Indiana Republican State Convention will be held in Indianapolis on June 18.


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